Summary: This item does what it says when it comes to playing media off your PC using wireless. The setup how ever took me some time to figure out. The media server that comes with it is not very good as I had a had time linking my media files to the player. After searching the internet for an alternative server I got this one called TVersity, it is brilliant and now I can play all my media content with no problem.
Summary: My wife fell in love with this thing instantly. It was purchased for our daughter, so that she would be able to watch her shows that we had recorded, there are more than a few. After the first week my wife wanted to throw the thing out the window! It would lock up on her constantly, or show jerky video, all things that had been mentioned by previous reviewers.
Summary: I had my review on somewhere else and I think it is good to put it here also. I got this DSM-320RD about 2~3 weeks and I did spend some time played with it. I original gave it 5 stars on my first review, but the more I play with it the more problems I found. Therefore I took one star off. It has lots of features to play with. It plays CD/SVCD/DVD+-RW, MP3.
Summary: I bought this product (from a different site) as a replacement for my Tivo Home Media features (stream music from my home computer to my receiver and display slide shows of my photos on my TV). I got it up and running with my 802.11b network and it works pretty well. I was unsure if it would work properly because of all the negative reviews but I think these are unwarranted at least for the music and photos. OK, so the interface is not the greatest in the world (e.g.
Summary: I just bought this yesterday and so far I am very, very impressed. First of all it is a client for any Universal Plug-n-Play (UPnP) aware server (like TVersity). In other words using the included DLink server software is not required (I haven't even put the bundled CD into my computer). Most of my negatives are really minor knit-picks: - When I first set it up I connected it by Ethernet cable directly to my router.
Summary: I almost did not buy this product because of the reviews where people were pretty much describing it as a piece of garbage. Phrases like "wait until the technology gets better" or "...movies lock half way through..." or "...it resets my network every time I watch a movie..." got me thinking that maybe I should buy an xbox 360 instead. I can't speak for what these other people went through, but at least my experience was nothing like theirs.
Summary: D-Link DSM-320 Wireless Media Player, Audio/Photo/Video, 802.11g I was nervous before buying this product because some of the reviews said it was difficult to set up. I TOTALLY DO NOT AGREE. This literally took me 15 minutes, at most, to get it installed and set up to start listening to some music and watching some pictures. I love that it is wireless and being able to listen to my PC music through the stereo is excellent.
Summary: It's actually pretty plug and play. The only hurdle was after I thought I did it all and it wasn't working and I was starting to panic, a simple reboot of the pc made the media player see the newly created media server. Apart from that, occasionally it doesn't see the media server, so you actually have to walk all the way to your pc (mine is a couple of rooms away but I'm pretty lazy) go to the server window and re-apply it's name (no you don't actually have to change...
Summary: I've playing around with this player for a few days and found it works actually pretty well if you set up everything right. So I would like to share my experience with others. My wireless setup includes Buffalo router and two high gain antennas (one on router and the other on the player). The router is in the room upstairs and the player is in the family room downstairs. This setup gives me 56 percent strength.